4 days, 18 hours ago
Twelve days after a Muslim man sat in his car in the parking lot of our Sioux Falls Christian Worldview Weekend brandishing 5 weapons, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and told us to be scared and terrified, he has finally been arrested and charged. But it is even worse than we thought. You can read the initial article on this incident here.
News reports state that police found his weapons in his house along with meth. My blood ran cold when I found this out. METH? You mean we could have had a guy jacked up on drugs, combined with his ideology, putting 500 men, women, and children at risk at our Christian conference? Why was he not arrested that night or even questioned? How did he stay on the streets for 12 days with guns and meth? He even posted on his Facebook page he had 1,200 rounds of ammunition in his car.
On April 19th the Muslim man went on another Facebook rant and posted the following:
“But if you still have animosity, we can shoot it out. I hope you’ve been practicing your quick draw …and your aim became I am 25,000 rounds deep.”
Remember the Lincoln County prosecutor told WND:
“I’m not aware of any record. He’s a host and a server in a very high-end steak house here in Sioux Falls and everyone who works with him enjoys working with him. We can’t run roughshod over people’s First Amendment rights, or their Second Amendment rights,”
Brandishing weapons and making terroristic threats is not a First or Second Amendment right. The same prosector and police that seem to defend the Muslim in the news media have now arrested and charged him? Why could they have not done this on April 9th and avoided the political correctness, double-standard, putting Worldview Weekend and the community at risk and making themselves now look completely inept and negligent? If they charged him on April 21st with terroristic threat they could have done so on the evening of April 9th.
I believe the citizens of Sioux Falls should be demanding the resignation of the Sioux Falls Police Chief and the recall of the Lincoln County State Attorney for letting this man be on the street for 12 days when there was an abundance of evidence that this man was a threat to the public.
The political and law enforcement failure on this is HUGE. The police could have and should have arrested him Sunday night, April 9, 2017 when they saw his Facebook videos while our conference was STILL going on. I know they saw them because the off duty police officer we hired told me about them while our conference was still in session.
Instead of him being arrested that night, this man was free to roam armed and possessing METH for 12 days!
Ha! Some Muslim. If ISIS had caught the asshole with Meth they would have put him to death, or perhaps taken pity and only cut off his hands so he could never do that again and be an example to others.
As for me, I couldn’t care less if he smokes meth until his head explodes. But what we learn from this article is interesting indeed.
So the cops are worthless and inept. So what? They are pretty much everywhere. And from what I understand the arrest had to do with Meth rather than threats. Get used to it, Christians. As I said, “gun up.”
The most interesting (and pitiful) thing we learn is the reaction from people who were there. The poor man’s “blood ran cold.” He wants protection by the police. How did the police fail him? How could this have happened? The outrage of it all!
Christians in America are in need of a serious, hard core intervention. They claim to hear the voices of other Christians around the world who are suffering because of their faith, but yea verily, the police in America won’t let that happen to good Christians in America, to read the ranting of the author.
My goodness. Hard times are coming, sir. Hard, hard times. Law enforcement will implement and effect the wishes of the rulers, and the rulers do not have your interests at heart. You’d better gun up now and try to keep that blood from running cold. You’d better steel yourself, calm your nerves and prepare for battle. It’s interested in you even if you aren’t interested in it.